For a mere three hundred thousand dollars you can be the proud owner of a four-bedroom, one-bathroom Victorian home on 1.76 acres of land. The house includes such desirable amenities as a pool, wraparound veranda, and full basement complete with a deep prisoner-starving pit and laundry room!

Owners Scott and Barbara Lloyd were actually married inside the home in 1977, twelve years before Hollywood producers knocked on the door and declared the property “perfect” for somewhere a sociopathic serial killer who skins his victims and then wears their skin might live. As described in the listing, the property is truly “a statement of taste and prosperity.”

In an interview with the Pittsburg Tribune Review the owners explain that the house was appealing to Silence of the Lambs producers because it featured structural elements that were ideal for entrapping a young victim like Jodie Foster. “They were looking for a home in which you entered the front door and had a straight line through,” Barbara Lloyd told the Trib. “They wanted it to look like a spider web, with Buffalo Bill drawing Jodie Foster into the foyer, into the kitchen, then into the basement.”

While Buffalo Bill wasn’t available for comment, we’re pretty sure we’ve heard that he went on to have a successful career, including landing this lucrative campaign for Maybeline New York.

(Maybeline New York ad courtesy of BFT Comedy.)

The owners were eager to emphasize the property’s many selling points. Nearby hiking, fishing and boating make for a relaxing atmosphere and the detached garage can hold four cars or up to thirty-five great big fat people. So if you’ve been looking for a home of your own, look no further! Strike while the iron is hot and you could find yourself wearing a brand new woman-suit relaxing in this 1910 Princess Anne home in no time.